TULUM RAVE PARTIES DO NOT STOP AND THE AKIIN HAPPENS EVERY DAY ... ALL NIGHT LONG AND WELL INTO MORNING

Akiin Beach Club. Photo: Facebook
Akiin Beach Club. Photo: Facebook

One of the places where rave parties have become commonplace, along with other excesses, in which impunity seems to be the norm is the hotel and beach club Akiin owned by the former president of the Hotel Association of Tulum, Adolfo Contreras Grosskelwing, and that is even allowed to invade the nation's spaces such as the Federal Maritime Terrestrial Zone which is largely fenced by metal obstacles to prevent entry to the party whose entrance is charged of course in dollars.

The municipal authority nothing seems to care about these excesses because it has even highlighted the "positive side" of the rave parties where all kinds of drugs offered without shame by dealers attached to the cartels that the self-styled "Government of Change" also managed to place the current municipal president: Víctor Mas Tah more concerned about being part of the millionaire business of excesses and drugs than for controlling the growing insecurity.

Precisely in Tulum this January 15, in just two weeks, the climate of terror claimed the second fatality in the form of an execution, clearly carried out by organized crime.

Beyond insecurity; the sale of drugs without a brake; the indecent operation of dealers and cartels that act with the omission, complicity or obsequiousness of the police corporations, these parties cause an environmental disturbance that seriously affects the ecosystem of the jungle, cenotes, lagoons or in the case of this note of marine fauna.

Nothing seems to matter to the authorities: not even the complaints of some hoteliers who have even received cancellations or abandonment of guests who tried to get away from the noise and excesses of their cities to get to fall in another environment, even more disturbing. Tulum is ceasing to be - by leaps and bounds - a magical town to become a land without law.

This is a translation of a post from "Tulum en Red" on Facebook